Green Meadows, Prince George's County, Maryland

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Green Meadows
Unincorporated community
Green Meadows is located in Maryland
Green Meadows
Green Meadows
Green Meadows is located in the US
Green Meadows
Green Meadows
Location within the state of Maryland
Coordinates: 38°58′3″N 76°58′43″W / 38.96750°N 76.97861°W / 38.96750; -76.97861Coordinates: 38°58′3″N 76°58′43″W / 38.96750°N 76.97861°W / 38.96750; -76.97861
Country  United States of America
State  Maryland
County Prince George's
Time zone Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)
 • Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4)
GNIS feature ID 597490

Green Meadows is an unincorporated community in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States.[1] For statistical purposes, it is part of the Chillum census-designated place (CDP).[2]


Green Meadows is located on the west side of Ager Road near Riggs Road. The developer-built Green Meadows was platted in the early 1940s and completed by 1942. The street pattern of Green Meadows is a fragmented grid of curved parallel streets. The houses are primarily two-family attached units constructed of brick or brick and frame. The Green Meadows subdivision was extended on its south end by two streets in 1957. Community features included the Rosa L. Parks Elementary School, opened in 2006, and the Heurich Park.[3][4] The neighborhood is about a mile from the West Hyattsville and Prince George's Plaza stations on the Washington Metro Green Line and a short drive to the campus of the University of Maryland, College Park.[5]


  1. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Green Meadows, Prince George's County, Maryland
  2. ^ "Prince George's County, MD: Census Incorporated Places & Census Designated Places" (PDF). Prince George's County Map. Maryland Department of Planning. 2009-01-29. 
  3. ^ "Community Summary Sheet, Prince George's County" (PDF). Avondale, Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration, 1999. 2008-05-10. 
  4. ^ The Neighborhoods of Prince George's County. Upper Marlboro: Community Renewal Program, 1974.
  5. ^ Glaros, Tony (05-12-2009). "Deep Roots With a Global Reach, Houses With Yards Appeal to Longtimers, First-Time Buyers". Where We Live. The Washington Post, Saturday, January 13, 2007; Page G01. Retrieved 2010-05-04.  Check date values in: |date= (help)